In a bid to make gift-giving easier and much efficient in a time of distancing and minimized contact, leading gift certificate brand Sodexo launches its new digital solution.
Complementing its paper product Premium Pass is the Sodexo+ app, through which users can distribute digital gift certificates from a web portal into the free app. The app is available for download on both iOS and Android smartphones.
“We recognize the challenges faced by companies and business owners since the onset of the pandemic. Through our products, we want to help them enhance employee engagement through meaningful rewards while getting the most value,” says Sodexo marketing director Sharon Kayanan.
Digital GC receivers can use their gift certificates at popular merchants nationwide and purchase e-vouchers from e-commerce giants Shopee and Zalora. Users can also share their GCs with other users through the Share GC feature on the app.
“Now, Filipinos can share and receive GCs in an instant and contactless way,” adds Kayanan.
Sodexo has ongoing promotions for corporate clients availing of its products: those who order a minimum of P100,000 co-branded GCs get 1 percent off or rebate (until Dec. 31); get free P500 worth of Sodexo+ credits for every P1 million purchase of Sodexo GCs (until Dec. 31); Sodexo Digital Christmas ham or basket GC is available for instant distribution to employees, partners, and customers (until Dec. 31).
Until Dec. 31, consumers also get exclusive freebies and discounts when they use their Sodexo GCs at select Miniso, Red Ribbon, Krispy Kreme, Yellow Cab, and Figaro Coffee branches nationwide.
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